- UK tax exemption ruled to be illegal State aid: reports emerge that HMRC may have to recover “tens to hundreds of millions of pounds” from beneficiary businesses.
- Application of the private investor test in State aid cases: lessons from the EDF saga.
- The State Aid (EU Exit) Regulations 2019: some initial comments
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As some of you may be aware, a study is in hand on State aid and the use of judicial cooperation tools. The survey response is going well. Arranging phone interviews with judges who have experience of State aid cases has, however, … Continue reading
Lewis Crofts and Matthew Holehouse from MLex have written an interesting article about the State aid provisions in the Brexit backstop, which can be read here: MLex_Content For further discussion on this hot topic of State aid after Brexit, we hope … Continue reading
The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the EU has the potential to have a major impact on State aid law. We will explore those implications on this website and in future events (and please do blog on this website or send … Continue reading
For a number of reasons, I don’t think I would have predicted a year ago that this blog would ever feature a speech by Jeremy Corbyn. But we live in unusual times. In his speech today calling for the UK … Continue reading
The first ever UKSALA seminar to be held jointly with the Berliner Gesprächskreis zum Europäischen Beihilfenrecht (Berlin Roundtable for State aid law) will take place in Berlin on the auspicious date of 24 June 2016 (the day after the EU … Continue reading
Our thanks to Mayer Brown for hosting last night’s seminar on banking aid litigation, and to Leo Flynn of the Commission for giving a lecture that was erudite, enlightening and entertaining in equal measure. For those who were unable to … Continue reading
Thanks very much to Alexander Rose for today’s blog post On 20 July this year, the European Parliament published a draft report setting out recommendations on how to improve European tax systems. As you would expect, several of the recommendations relate … Continue reading
Professor Erika Szyszczak has sent us the details of a seminar to be held at the University of Sussex on 20 May 2015 on the subject of Competition and Public Procurement, including discussion of the State aid rules in this … Continue reading
The IE Law school in Madrid is offering a prize for an essay on the subject of “Sport and State Aid, in particular the case of football clubs”. The closing date for entries is Friday 8 May 2015. Full details … Continue reading
Hart and Bloomsbury Publishing are holding a State aid conference in London on 17 April. Full details of the event can be found at the link below: http://www.hartpub.co.uk/stateaidconference15/ They are offering a 20% discount to members of UKSALA (not to … Continue reading